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Euroleague – 27th matchday: The Spanish civil war and the dangerous outings


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Six interesting matches are included in the program of the first leg of the 27th matchday of the Euroleague, with the Spanish civil war between Real Madrid and Baskonia standing out.

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Initially, Mr Olympic welcomes her Barcelona (21:00) in the eye-catching game.

From then on, also at 21:00, the Alba hosts the Zalgiris in Berlin. The German team has put the competition on the back burner, since it is in last place, with a record of 9-17. On the other hand, the Lithuanians are at 13-13 and want the victory at all costs to stay close to the positions that lead to the playoffs.

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At 21:30, the Valencia welcomes her Milan. The “bats” fell to 13-13 after the two consecutive losses to Olympiakos and Baskonia, while Ettore Messina’s team is making an impressive finale to the competition, having achieved four consecutive victories, now being 10-15.

At the same time, They were partisans of 14-12 goes to Bologna for the match against Virtus 12-14. Both want the victory, the Serbians to remain in 6th place and look only up, the Italians to maintain their hopes of entering the playoffs.

At 21:45, the first in the standings Real (18-7) welcomes the 7th Baskonia (14-12). The “merenches” with a win will distance themselves even more from the loser of Olympiacos-Barcelona, ​​while the in-form Basques want to do the damage to gain important ground ahead of the last very crucial games.

End, Bayern and Villerban they cross swords in Bavaria, in a game without points of interest, since both are at 10-16 and the other at 8-18.

Detailed schedule of the 27th matchday:

Tuesday (7/3)

Alba-Zalgiris (21:00)

Olympiacos-Barcelona (21:00)

Valencia-Milan (21:30)

Virtus Bologna-Partizan (21:30)

Real Madrid-Basconia (21:45)

Bayern-Villeurban (21:45)

Wednesday (8/3)

Maccabi Tel Aviv-Fenerbahce (19:30)

Red Star-Ephesus (21:30)

Monaco-Panathinaikos (22:00)

Source: Sport Fm

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